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Faculty of Commerce, Hospitality and Tourism


Faculty of Commerce, Hospitality and Tourism
In addition to professional programs, we consider it important to colour the daily lives of not only students but also their teachers and staff with cultural events and programs. Accordingly, we regularly organise cultural programs, quizzes, gala evenings, charity fundraisers at our faculty and we also have traditional, annual programs in which faculty staff and students are welcome to participate. 

We are proud that many of our students and faculty, as well as many of our faculty members, play excellent instruments, sing, dance, and have performed several times in our programs, making our various events, such as the school year and graduation ceremony or even faculty Christmas. 

Before the first Sunday in June, we traditionally organise a competition related to the Teachers' Day, the topic of which can always be related to some topicality. The questions are usually compiled by the lecturers of the Department of Pedagogy, but the staff of the Dean's Office and the Career Office are often involved in organising the event. The Student Union is preparing for this day with surprise, our talented students perform prose and musical productions. At that time, the Dean's praises will also be handed over to students who have achieved excellent results in competitions and events in the previous period, as well as to lecturers and faculty members who perform outstanding work. 

The staff of the International Mobility Office and the Career Office regularly announce competitions about Hungary and Budapest to our foreign students, which are extremely popular among young people. 

The FCHT Faculty and Electronic Library have established a tradition for a few years with the launch of the highly successful “Table Chocolate” quiz series, the theme of which is almost always related to the current world days and holidays related to the given period. The aim of the game is for the quiz participants to gain interesting knowledge and also have fun. The quiz is very popular with students, faculty and staff at the faculty. From those who submit the correct answer, the winner will be drawn by lot, whose prize is nothing more than a bar of chocolate. 

The Department of Languages for Business Communication organises an annual study tour, most often in the German-speaking world, with a rich cultural program, theatre, exhibition and museum visits. 

For our talented students, we regularly advertise art competitions in several categories. This is managed by the lecturers of the Department of Methodology for Business Analysis. We decorate the corridor with paintings and drawings of many of our talented students, several of our students like to write short stories and poems, and also excel in making photos and videos. Within the framework of the MITO Club, the students' theatre group, the Media Club, operates. The department also often organises events on the topic of sustainability. In this case, specialists and guest lecturers give lectures, and those interested in the topic can take part in study trips. Every year we visit the Hungarian Academy of Sciences academic society together to see lectures, film screenings and exhibitions. A popular topic is aspects of the circular economy, zero waste, but there has also been a thematic course on Japan with a tea ceremony, kimono and ikebana demonstration.